Farm Table Foundation, Amery, WI
Three words. FARM. TABLE. FOUNDATION.
We went to Amery, WI last weekend to scout my next Curated Itinerary and the fine folks at Farm Table Foundation made us feel so welcome and special! Interim Executive Director Sylvia arranged for a tour of their facilities and a meeting with the town mayor Paul Isakson. Kitchen Manager Sarah wowed us with our meals and even surprised us with dinner and brunch desserts! Our server at both meals, Nicholas, was professional and so friendly!
Not only does Farm Table Foundation have a fantastic restaurant, they also have a bakery, a shop with local gifts, apothecary items, spirits, and grab-n-go meals. Next to the restaurant, they curate a large art gallery with rotating exhibitions, and offer classroom space with a rentable commercial kitchen. Farm Table is an integral part of not just Amery, but western Wisconsin!
From Amery Area Historical Society plaque, 2015
“Fay Auto Building Emmett M. Fay bought these four city lots (1904 to 1918) founding an auto sales and garage repair business in 1911. The site was also used as livery stables, blacksmith, saloon, phone offices, and men’s clothing. From 1943 Fay Auto owners were Guy Aubrey, Joye Johnson, Chuck Dean, A.A. (Tony) Paulson, and Fed Paulson. Building renovated in 2014 by Resilient Northern Habitats, owners Peter Henry and Kari Wenger.”
Amery is a proud promoter of agrotourism and I cannot wait to put together an Itinerary showing off the great things to find in Amery!
🤫Pssst: Farm Table is offering a special discount for the itinerary – woo!💥
P.S Thanks to Wendy G. for “buying” my brunch from the shop page of my website!
If you’re looking for great day trips with hiking and good food and drink, check out my Curated Itineraries! Amery – coming soon!